We’re the largest lender into the Irish economy
We're one of Ireland’s largest employers, offering varied career journeys and the support to progress.
We've donated €25.5 million to our charities in the last eight years
We’ve set down roots in Ireland, the UK, France, Germany and the U.S.
More than 2,900 of our colleagues achieve professional qualifications each year
We process 220 customer interactions every minute of every day
Even though we have the scale to provide you with literally endless career opportunities, we make amazing things happen by working in small teams.
We believe that when you work with people you like, great things happen. That's why thousands of our team mates come together each week to get fit, have fun and socialise.
Teams aren't just made up of the people you work directly with. We actively create diverse teams to build solutions for our business and our customers.
Our teams work together to help communities and charities that Bank of Ireland support as well as ones that our team members are personally passionate about.
We know it can be tough to think outside the box when you’re in a busy environment. That’s why we regularly take time out to share ideas and spark new ways of thinking.
Our teams are committed to helping start ups and entrepreneurs with advice, funding, workspaces and by supporting programmes like The Start Up Gathering.
We come together each week to host and mentor kids around Ireland as part of Coder Dojo, the global network of free computer programming clubs for young people._
When starting off on your career, the biggest challenge can be how to go about developing your profile and standing out from other applicants when you have limited experience. While there is no perfect formula for success, the following posts can help you gain an advantage and get noticed.
Applying for any new job is a process. You search for the right opportunity, fix up your CV, apply for the job, and attend an interview, and then it’s all down to you to perform well on the day. However, in a competitive employment market, standing out from the crowd in the first place is essential to get the opportunity to wow the interviewers. Here are our tips to give you the best chance of success.
Congratulations, you’ve successfully navigated through the first hurdles in your search for a new job, and bagged yourself an interview. You’ve found right role, perfected your CV and now you’ve got the good news, you’ve been selected for interview. So what can you do to make sure you perform your best at interview? Follow our 10 simple steps to help you get through any interview with confidence.
When it comes to careers in Bank of Ireland, every path is unique. Whether you join as an experienced professional or for your first job, you will find the support and development you need to get the most from your career. Hear from our colleagues about how Bank of Ireland has supported their career journey.
"Coming into Bank of Ireland with no previous banking experience, I was really apprehensive, so I was very impressed with how willing everyone is to help each other succeed"
Management Associate (Graduate Programme)
"The Bank always strives to do better and overcome any obstacles as best we can. This approach, whether it’s to make life easier for staff or customers, is a great motivator"
Compliance QA Manager
"Bank of Ireland is consistently creating ways to help with your development. If you are ambitious and keen to learn, the possibilities are endless"
Customer Service Manager
Our values are at the heart of how we work at Bank of Ireland. Every day we experience colleagues truly living these values in their actions. As a result, shared values are a key aspect of what we look for when we recruit.
We understand our customers well. We listen to them to ensure they feel valued. We use our insights to consider how best to serve their needs. We take appropriate actions to deliver solutions to meet customers’ changing requirements.
We know we work smarter when we come together behind our common purpose. We learn from each other and share ideas to expand our thinking. We build an open, trusting and collaborative environment and foster diversity of thought, ideas and experiences to spark creativity.
We embrace change with an open mind and a can-do attitude. We respond quickly and productively seek different perspectives. We challenge ourselves to look for new and simplified ways to efficiently deliver the best solutions for our customers.
We are empowered to take ownership and trusted to do the right thing to support our customers, colleagues and communities. We lead by example and challenge ourselves and each other to do our best work at all times. We learn from our mistakes and celebrate our successes together.
At Bank of Ireland, we believe that embracing the perspectives of all of our employees is a value that connects us with our customers and our communities, and makes it an even better place to work. We strive to be more inclusive at all levels, and our colleagues have achieved great things in their time with Bank of Ireland.
Bank of Ireland in Northern Ireland have been leaders in advancing gender diversity in the workplace, receiving the Bronze Diversity Mark for the second year running in September 2020, an accreditation which companies from all sectors are using to publicly declare their commitment to Diversity and Inclusion.
In addition, the excellent work being carried out by the Northern Ireland team has been recognised with Bank of Ireland receiving the award for Best Large Company (>250 employees) for Equality & Diversity at the Legal Island Northern Ireland Equality & Diversity Awards 2020.
Our greatest asset walks in and out of our offices every day; our people. That’s why we strive to look after their personal and professional development and the growth of their careers.
There is a range of supports available for your professional qualifications, including time off to study.
Alongside our commitment to our charity partners, we donate a day a year for you to give back to your community and help a charity or cause you’re truly passionate about.
Your continuing commitment to personal development will be supported through our Learning and Development offering.
From meditation to football, whatever keeps you sharp we’re up for nurturing with our improvement benefits.
We provide a range of benefits to support you to deliver your best.
Our career framework will help you direct your own career so you can capitalise on the many opportunities within the organisation.
Follow our path to leading the industry in creating a digital first environment.
Bank of Ireland is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. In the UK, Bank of Ireland is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Prudential Regulation Authority and subject to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Details about the extent of our authorisation and regulation by the Prudential Regulation Authority, and regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority are available from us on request. By proceeding any further you will be deemed to have read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Statement.
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